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With people up and down the country clapping their support for NHS workers, Twickenham Stadium’s turf has been marked with a message of appreciation for those on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic.
Grassroots rugby clubs nationwide are finding ways to help their communities and support the most vulnerable during the current pandemic.
The RFU has paid tribute to former England wing, John Young, whose last of nine England caps came against France in 1961.
A series on former England captains features them talking about their first and last Test as skipper.
 
 
With Covid-19 bringing rugby to a standstill, grassroots clubs throughout England are doing what they can to show support.
Gordano rugby club near Bristol will be raising a glass on Friday to a popular and hugely valued member, Paul Southey.
There are still players at Twickenham Stadium but cast in bronze, keeping guard during the current closure.
 
 
In November 2014, the country’s most famous streaker, Erica Roe, returned to Twickenham, 33 years after her last appearance.
Twickenham Stadium is unusual in that for matches and concerts a team of up to 400 volunteers keep thousands safe and happy.
 
 
When Ally Hope was injured for Old Salteians, he'd just returned from playing in Italy and was considering a career as a PT.
Into Battle, a new play planned to premiere at London’s Greenwich Theatre in April and May is now postponed until later in the year.
Rugby clubs are often described as being at the heart of their communities. During these most challenging times, across the length and breadth of England, they have certainly been proving that is true.
 
 
Twickenham’s pitch has seen over a century of history, with a lot of action and some unlikely interest from Fantastic Mr Fox.
Lealands High School joined the RFU All Schools programme in September 2019, becoming the 750th school to join.
 
 
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